2015 R4S GP1 League Season
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The 2015 Race4Speed GP1 Season was scheduled to be the first GP1 season at the league. Originally being an enormous success with more then 30 registered drivers, the season had to be abandoned after the second event due to a dispute between drivers and league admins.

Race4Speed has chosen haunetal1990's P02-B chassis which was highly successful in DLM Racing e.V.'s FormelDRL, combined with ISI's BMW F1.07 physics. The events were streched over two days, with Saturday hosting the Qualifying and Sunday hosting  the feature and sprint races.

Drivers and TeamsEdit

All teams were allowed to enter a third driver who could race for the team if a scheduled driver wasn't able to participate. This happened only once, when Constantin Grimminger raced at round 2, replacing Myles Dixon at Peru Racing by Team GM.

Team No. Driver Rounds Reserve driver
UK Nebula Racing 1 UK Craig Baxter 1
2 UK Fred Bawden 1–2
UK Team Sabre Racing 3 UK Sam Carpenter 1 Australia Zac Jones
4 UK Nick Bracchi 1
UK Vulcan Racing 5 UK Mac Shepherd 1
6 UK Callum Knighton 1
Germany Race4Sim GP1 Junior Team 7 Argentina Juan Manuel Gomez 1–2 Germany Markus Trott
8 Spain Xavi Ros Gomez 1–2
Peru Peru Racing by Team GM 9 Portugal Francisco Sampaio 1–2 Germany Constantin Grimminger
10 UK Myles Dixon 1
Germany Constantin Grimminger 2
UK Spain SF Corse 11 Spain Carlos Frau 1–2
12 UK Brandon Seaber
Mexico TR Motorsports 14 Mexico Germany Michael Teichmann 1–2
15 Brazil Pedro Moura
UK Team Britain 16 UK Alex Stopp
17 UK Richard Taylor 1
Mexico TR Motorsports II 18 Germany Daniel Wilhelmi
19 Brazil Eduardo Silvestre
Germany Prototype Racing 20 UK Lewis Stephens Germany Martin Jatzek
21 UK Simon Crain 1
Italy IB pescara SRT 22 Italy Lorenzo De Ciutiis
23 Spain Sergi Maturana 1–2
Australia Random Racing 24 Canada Louis Ledoux
25 Australia Matthew Wheeler 1
Germany Repsol Racing Team 26 Germany Sebastian Dahlmann Germany Patrick Woytczak
27 Germany Marc Stwerka
Brazil 0km Racing 28 Brazil Ike Ramos Brazil Bruno Fernandes

Brazil Thallison Jr.

29 Brazil Rodrigo Grimaldi
  • Triosik, a Hungarian team lead by Péter Diósi, was originally given the 10th slot on the entry list. However, the team decided to pull off the championship before the season start. Thus, the 15th entry slot remained untaken.

Calender Edit

Round Circuit Date
1 Qualif. Australia Adelaide Street Circuit, Adelaide 28 March
Races 29 March
2 Qualif. USA Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma 11 April
Races 12 April
3 Qualif. USA Road America, Elkhart Lake 25 April
Races 26 April
4 Qualif. Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona 9 May
Races 10 May
5 Qualif. UK Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone 23 May
Races 24 May
6 Qualif. Belgium Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Francorchamps 13 June
Races 14 June
7 Qualif. Germany Hockenheimring, Hockenheim 27 June
Races 28 June
8 Qualif. Austria Red Bull Ring, Spielberg 1 August
Races 2 August
9 Qualif. Italy Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, Imola 15 August
Races 16 August
10 Qualif. Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir 29 August
Races 30 August
11 Qualif. Malaysia Sepang International Circuit, Sepang 12 September
Races 13 September
12 Qualif. Canada Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, Montreal 3 October
Races 4 October
13 Qualif. Brazil Autodromo José Carlos Pace, São Paulo 17 October
Races 18 October
14 Qualif. Australia Surfers Paradise Street Circuit, Surfers Paradise 7 November
Races 8 November